I work towards advancing our understanding of water systems through integrating physical processes and statistical computations for analyzing and modeling complex hydroclimate processes in a changing environment.

My focus is mainly on improving traditional perspectives centered on the applicability of the multi-scale hydrologic systems analysis under three synergistic core areas:

1) Modeling risk associated with natural and built environment exposed to extreme weather events (e.g., floods, rainstorm, hurricanes),
2) Adapting statistical-based decision models for water systems in the face of hydroclimate variability and change, and
3) Coupling process-based insights with ensemble-based frameworks for climate impact assessment of critical infrastructure systems.

These pathways will ultimately help reach optimal and/or robust sequential decision-making under uncertainty to address pressing problems in water resources planning and managementclimate adaptationsustainability, and natural hazards.

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Nasser Najibi
Postdoctoral Fellow

Department of Biological and Environmental Engineering
Cornell University
325 Riley-Robb Hall
Ithaca, NY 14853, United States
E-mail: nn289 <@> cornell {.} edu